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LIBRARY OF THE 

John G. Johnson Collection 

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 











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CATALOGUE 

OF 

THE COLLECTION OF 

IMPORTANT PICTURES 



BY 



OLD MASTERS 



OF 

CHARLES T. D. CREWS, ESQ.. D.L.,J.P.,F.S.A. 

Deceased 
Late of 41 Portman Square, W., and Billingbear Park, Berks 



WHICH 

{By Order of the Executors) 

mill be Solo b£ Huction b£ 

MESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS 

AT THEIR GREAT ROOMS 

8 KING STREET, ST. JAMES'S SQUAKE 
LONDON 

On THURSDAY, JULY 1, and 
FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1915 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY 

May be viewed Three Days preceding, and Catalogues had, 
at Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods' Offices, 8 King Street, 
St. James's Square, London, S. W. 

Catalogue, containing Six Illustrations, price Five Shillings 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



I. THE highest Bidder to be the Buyer ; and if any dispute arise 
between two or more Bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall be 
immediately put up again and re-sold. 

II. No person to! advance less than Is. ; above Five Pounds, 5s. ; and 
so on in proportion. 

III. In the case of Lots upon which thereiis a reserve, the Auctioneer 

shall! have the I right to bid on behalf of the Seller. 

IV. The Purchasers to give in their Names and Places of Abode, 

and to pay down 5s. in the Pouud, or more, in part of payment, 
or the whole of the Purchase- Money, if required ; in default 
of which, the Lot or Lots i so purchased to be immediately put 
up again and re-sold. 

V. The Lots to be taken away and paid for, whether genuine and 
authentic or not, with all faults and errors of description, at 
the Buyer's expense and risk, within Two Days from the Sale ; 
Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods not being responsible 
for the correct description, genuineness, or authenticity of, 
or any fault or defect in, any Lot, and making no warranty 
whatever. 

VI. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the 
settlement of the Purchases, no Lot can on any account be 
removed during the time of Sale ; and the remainder of the 
Purchase-Money must absolutely be paid on the delivery. 

VII. Upon failure of complying wish the above Conditions, the Money 
deposited in part of payment shall be forfeited ; all Lots un- 
cleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold by public or 
private Sale, and the deficiency (if any) attending such re-sale 
shall be made good by the defaulter at this Sale. 



LIBRARY OF THE 

John G. Johnson Collection 

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 



CATALOGUE 



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First Day's Sale. 
On THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 



Lots 1 to 191 have been removed from 
41 Portman Square, W. 

PICTURES. 
DUTCH AND FLEMISH SCHOOLS. 

P. AXGELIS. 

1 Market Figures 

A lady and a gentleman, and three market figures with 
baskets of fruit and vegetables in a landscape 
21 in. by 18 J in. 



A. BEAUWEE. 
2 A Toper 

A peasant, seated, holding a bowl and a jug ; behind 
are four boors conversing 

On panel, oval — 5^ in. by 6J in. 

A 'A 



A. BEAUWEE. 
t^-*^-* 3 The Glass of Wine 

A peasant-woman seated at a table, holding a glass of 
wine ; near her is a peasant with a jug 
On panel — 8 in. by 6 in. 



I N. BEECHEM. 

k?^ IZ - U 4 A Landscape 

Travelling peasants and animals going towards a castle 
which stands on a hill 

On panel — 13| in. by 16 in. 



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J. and A. BOTH. 
An Italian Landscape 

A hilly landscape, with a horseman and peasants 
driving cattle on a winding road 
23J i n% by 28J in. 
Exhibited at Leeds, 1889 
Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1903 



E. BEAKENBUEG. 

// _ / 1 — \j 6 Village Singers 

A group of peasants, outside the door of an inn, 
listening to a peasant and peasant-woman singing 
19£ in. by 19J in. 



E. BEAKENBUEG. 
T^JT^ H- ~ ^ 7 A Jovial Party 

The interior of an apartment, with a company of ladies 
and gentlemen engaged in drinking, smoking and singing 
Signed, and dated 1690 
12 J in. by 15-f in. 



Q. BEEKELENKAM. 
3\p_fv^-.o 8 The Interior of ax Apartment 

In the centre a woman is seated, cutting the hair of a 
young boy who rests his head on her lap ; a girl stands on 
the right, before an open window ; on the wall, in the 
background, hangs a map, picture, and a small cupboard 
with utensils 

On panel — 18 in. by 24J in. 

Q. BEEKELENKAM. 
J?/-. fO.o 9 A Lace-Maker 

A woman, in red dress and white apron, seated in an 
apartment before an open window making lace upon a 
stand which rests on her knees 
On panel — 16 in. by 12 \ in. 



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V. BEEUGHEL. 

10 The Adoration of the Magi 

The Virgin and Child seated beneath a pent-house, the 
Magi and their numerous following in the foreground 
On copper — 10 in. by 13 in. 
From the Collection of J. Wardell, Esq., 1879 



/--J--* 11 



V. BEEUGHEL. 

The Procession to Calvary 

Our Saviour, with Saint Veronica, and numerous other 
figures 

On copper — b\ in. by 7 in. 



CAMPHUYSEN. 
/3-J3- 12 A Landscape 

A chateau seen through trees ; figures in the foreground 
On panel — 19 in. by 28J in. 



J. VAN DEE CAPPELLE. 
/OSTo _ -, 13 OFF SOHEVENINGEN 

A view on the coast, with figures disembarking from a 
boat in the foreground ; beyond are seen a stranded boat 
and figures ; a man-of-war and sailing-boats on the left ; 
cloudy sky 

28J in. by 33J in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1890 

Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1903 

See Illustration 



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J. VAN DER CAPPELLE. 
14 A Winter Scene 

A frozen river, with numerous boats and figures 
On panel — 14^ in. by 11 in. 



A. CUYP. 

15 A Mountainous Landscape 

In the foreground is a herdsman with three cows at 
the edge of a river ; beyond is a castle upon a height ; on 
the left are figures in a small boat on a lake 

40 in. by 35 \ in. 

From the Collection of John Bell, Esq., 1881 



DOU. 

2>i^-jJ-0 16 Portraits of the Parents of Gerard Dou — a pair, in one 
frame 

On metal, oval — 4 J in. by 3 J in. 



G. VAN DEN EECKHOUT. 

t fT*^/Z-v 17 Portrait of a Eabbi 

In dark dress, and cap trimmed with fur, resting his 
hand upon a book 
27J in. by 24 in. 
From the Collection of the Earl of Hardivicke, 1888 



G. VAN DEN EE3KHOUT. 

tyj—fv-m 18 The Adoration of the Shepherds 

On the left, under the light of a lantern, are seen 
the Infant Saviour, with the Virgin and Saint Joseph ; the 
Shepherds enter the door of the stable on the right 

18J in. by 23J in. 



G. VAN DEN EECKHOUT. 
n vi ^2. — o 19 Card -Players 

Cavaliers and a soldier in an apartment seated round a 
table, playing cards and drinking 
16 in. by 13 £ in. 



KAEEL FABEITIUS. 
^U;o - -, 20 EUTH AND NAOMI 

In the centre stands the aged Euth, with yellow cloak, 
carrying a water-bottle on her left arm, and turning round 
to Naomi, who wears a mauve bodice and brown skirt, 
with white head-dress ; in the background is a bridge over 
a river, and foliage above 

34f in. by 27| in. 

Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1903 



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JAN FYT. 



l~j^l-)_ v 21 Dogs and Dead Game 
* A dead deer, boar, and birds guarded by three dogs, in 

a landscape 

48 in. by 66 in. 

JAN FYT. 

yC -t y h- / ° 22 Flowers and Dead Game 

A dead hare, duck, with flowers, fruit, and objects of 
still life on a slab 
43 in. by 33 in. 

Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1906 
Exhibited at Brussels, 1910 



JAN FYT. 

n _ i y^_ h 23 A Dog and Dead Hare 

A black and white dog with a dead hare, and a gun, in 
a landscape 

On panel — 18 in. by 24 in. 



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J. VAN GOYEN. 
/ ya — — 24 A View of Leyden 

In the foreground are sailing-boats, and two row-boats 
laden with figures ; some cattle watering on the left ; the 
churches and buildings of the town on the farther bank 
Signed with initials, and dated 1653 
On panel — Yl\ in. by 30^ in. 



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J. VAN GOYEN. 
_fo-tf 25 A Biver Scene 

A ferry-boat laden with cattle and figures ; other boats 
along a sandy bank on which are houses among trees 
27J i n , by 35| in. 



J. VAN GOYEN. 
fct- - 9 26 A Landscape 

An old cottage on a mound by a winding road ; three 
figures on the left 

On panel — 19 in. by 27J in. 



J. VAN GOYEN. 
27 A Sandy Eoad 

^ ' A landscape, with a group of peasants on a mound 

On panel — 11 J in. by 21 \ in. 

J. VAN GOYEN. 

/ . 28 Eiver Scenes — a pair 2 

A chateau on a river, with windmill and boats ; and a 
river scene, with a ferry-boat and other boats 
9| m. by 16 in. 



j-i-f &~« 29 The Concert 



DIEK HALS. 



Three ladies, gaily attired in rich costumes, seated 
round a table singing 

On panel — 16 in. by 13 J in. 

W. C. HEDA. 
^y-wvj -k? 30 Still Life 

A pewter wine-jug and glasses, with a crab and grapes, 
on a table 

On panel — 28J in. by 38^ iro. 

B. VAN DEE HELST. 



q^j __l\?-o 31 Portrait of a Lady 
' In white dress, 



. her hair dressed with a white veil, and 
with a black scarf over her shoulders ; pearl necklace and 
jewel ornaments 

Signed, and dated 1654 

32J in. by 29J in. 



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J. VAN DEE HEYDEN. 

/&7_/y^0 32 A View in a Dutch Town 

An avenue, with buildings and church, in the back- 
ground ; standing by an archway on the right is a cavalier, 
whilst under the trees are numerous other figures 

On panel — 15 J in. by 19 in* 

J. VAN DEE HEYDEN. 

4~1^ - fv - vi 33 An Aechway 

A rough road leading through an archway to some 
farm buildings ; sheep in the foreground 
On panel — 11 in. by 10J in. 



G. VAN HOECGEEST. 

3 k) - q - o 34 The Tomb of the Prince of Orange 

I The interior of the cathedral at Delft, with a group of 

figures standing before the monumental tomb of the Prince 
On panel — 20 in. by 16 1 in. 
Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1903 



C. JANSSENS. 

/<T1_ -5""— o 35 Portrait of a Lady 

In black silk dress, with large lace collar and pink bow, 
wide sleeves with white lace frills 
26 j in. by 24 in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1887 



K. DU JAEDIN. 
/j> _ 2l - to 36 Peasants, with a Horse and Sheep 

A landscape, with two peasants, a white horse, donkey 
and sheep 

14 J in. by 12 J in. 



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J. JOEDAENS. 
37 The Adoration of the Shepherds 

The Virgin seated, holding the sleeping Infant ; on the 
right, three peasants look on 
49 in. by 35 in. 



J. JOEDAENS. 
j -7 _ ^ 38 Portrait of a Gentleman 

In black dress, with white undersleeves and wide collar 
holding a scroll in his right hand ; flowing hair 
40 in. by 31 \ in. 



J. JOEDAENS. 
/3_/3_t?39 A Satyr with Fruit 

A bearded man, with a foliage wreath on his head 
holding a basket of fruit ; a woman seen on the right 
42 in. by 28±- in. 



W. KALF. 

h^fc^u 40 The Interior of a Shed 

Vegetables and culinary utensils in the foreground 
On panel — 13 \ in. by 11 in. 



TH. DE KEYSER 
y/^#Q__ 41 Portrait of a Lady 

In a black dress over a red skirt, with white ruff and 
cap, walking in a landscape 
On panel — 25f in. by 20 in. 



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PH. DE KONING. 
STI—- I* —v 42 An Extensive View 

A view overlooking a river, with a town seen in the 
middle distance ; some cattle in the foreground ; cloudy 
sky 

16 \ in. by 22 \ in. 

J. LINGELBACH. 



<^~ g- — O 43 A Hilly Biver Scene 

Figures and horses towing a boat 
34J in. by 40 in. • 



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N. MAES. 
_* 44 The Prince of Orange 

The Prince, when a child, in Classical dress, seated in 
a goat-chaise holding a whip 
Signed, and dated 1667 
281 i n% by 23J in. 

P. NEEFS. 

■j | _ / o — o 45 The Interior of a Cathedral 

A view looking down the nave, with numerous figures 
On panel — 15 in. by 19J in 



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G. NETSCHEE. 

46 Portrait of a Gentleman 

In brown dress and red cloak, with flowing hair 
18J in. by 14J in. 



j MIBEIS. 

6 3 47 The Toilet 



A lady, in yellow bodice and black skirt, stands before 
a table attended by a negro maid 
On panel — 12| in. by 10J in. 



48 Fruit 



/ l~t2-, 



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A. MIGNON. 

Grapes, peaches, and pumpkin, in a stone niche 
On panel — 14} in. by 11| in. 



A. VAN DEE NEBE. 
49 A WINTEE SCENE: DAYLIGHT 

A view looking down a frozen river; through some 
trees on the right is seen a snow-clad village with a church 
in the centre ; in the foreground is a group of figures, and 
men playing golf; in the distance are numerous skaters 
and sledges 

20} in. by 24 in. 

From the Collection of Sir E. J. Dean Paid, Bart., 1896 

Exhibited at the New Gallery Winter Exhibition, 

1907-1908 
See Illustration 



A. VAN DEE NEEE. 

50 A Eiver Scene : Moonlight 

The edge of a river, with two peasants conversing near 
some fallen timber ; on the left a village among trees, and 
in the distance a windmill and sailing-boats 

20 in. by 27 in. 

A. VAN DEE NEEE. 

51 A Winter Scene 

7^\± I — f U - y A view of flooded country, with figures and skaters on 

the ice ; a town and two churches on the right 
Signed zuith monogram, and dated 1662 
11J in. by 15} in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1888 
Exhibited at Leeds, 1889 



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A. VAN DEE NEEE. 
2^1 — - — ^ 52 Sunset 

A river scene, with cattle, windmill and boats 
10-i- j m b y 13 3 i n> 

VAN DEE NEEE. 
£>_ 9- _ o 53 A Moonlight Scene 

A woody river scene, with a barge : moonlight 
On panel — 7 in. by lOf in. 

VAN DEE NEEE. 

3 h „ t^-~ ° 54 A Frozen Eiver Scene 

A town on a river, with sledges and numerous figures 
on the ice 

On panel — 18J in. by 24f in. 

J. OCHTEEVELT. 

/3fo— fU -O 55 The Courtyard of a Chateau 

A coach stands in the foreground, at the door of which 
is a lady with a female attendant, whilst a page, in red 
costume, is playing with two dogs ; beyond on the left are 
three cavaliers conversing, and farther is the entrance gate 

25 in. by 31 J in. 

From the Collection of John Bell, Esq., 1881 

A. VAN OSTADE. 

? / * ■ to _o 56 The Exterior of a Village Tavern 

Under an arbour adjoining a tavern a group of peasants 
are smoking and drinking ; a man plays the bagpipes to 
some chijdren round the tavern door ; in the distance on 
the left are some figures, a cottage and a church 
On panel — Yl\ in. by 18J in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1891 



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A. VAN OSTADB. 



57 A Peasant-Woman 

In black bodice, with white chemisette and white cap 
6 in. by 4f in. 



OSTADE. 
58 An Interior 
£ ^ _ v Two peasants and a peasant- woman conversing 

On panel — 11 in. by 9 in. 



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I. VAN OSTADE. 
59 The Interior of a Barn 
/ v — f V3 ~ ID Peasants before a fire ; a horse with a groom in the 

background 

On panel — 17 in. by 23 in. 



A. PALAMEDES. 
60 A Musical Party 
Ufr - (q— O The interior of an apartment, with a company of eight 

cavaliers and ladies with musical instruments grouped 
about a table, singing and conversing 
On panel — 18 J in. by 24^ in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1887 
Exhibited at Leeds, 1889 



C. VAN POELENBUEGH. 
61 A Landscape with Euins 
5r~U / JT"— to Three figures in the foreground 

On panel — 7 J in. by 9| in. 



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A. PYNAKBR. 



j ^ _ / ~} _ e> 62 A Woody River 



Under some trees are several boats, the foremost being 
laden with timber ; a group of cavaliers and ladies occupy 
a boat behind 

On panel — 20 in. by 16J in. 



J. VAN RUYSDAEL. 
//«?— irv o 63 A Rocky Waterfall 



A rocky gorge, with fallen trees in the foreground ; a 
castle on a height to the left 
39 in. by 33| in. 



J. VAN RUYSDAEL. 
/ O _j£_o 64 A Bleaching-Ground 



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77 



Two old cottages near a stream, with a windmill on 
the right 

On panel — 20 in. by 26 \ in. 



S. VAN RUYSDAEL. 

65 ON THE ROAD TO HAARLEM 

On rising ground in the centre is an old farmstead 
among trees, near which the road passes ; two carriages 
have halted to bait their horses, and the occupants are 
standing by the roadside ; on the right is a cart and 
figures ; on the left are two peasants and a dog 

Signed with initials, and dated 1647 

On panel — 30J in. by 43 in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1887 

Exhibited at Leeds, 1889 



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S. VAN RUYSDAEL. 

66 A Wide River 

/ "^ ^ A sailing-boat in front, with other craft in the back- 

ground 

On panel — 1\ in. by 10 in. 



H. M. SORGH. 

67 An Interior 

/ h — i 6 -v (j Two peasants are seated at a stool, one holding a 

glass and the other lighting his pipe ; in the background 
two other peasants are smoking 

On panel — 14 in. by 17 J in. 



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JAN STEEN. 
68 AN INTERIOR 

— A peasant, in a red costume and a loose brown cloak, 

is seated, holding in his outstretched hand a glass of 
wine, and turns in merry gesture to a woman who stands 
by his side holding a pipe and a jug ; in the background 
are a musician and another man before a fire ; a woman 
appears from behind a curtain on the right 

22J in. by 19 in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1890 

Described in Hofstede de Groot's " Catalogue of Dutch 
Painters," No. 833 

See Illustration 

(JY 1) B 



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JAN STEBN. 
C^l.i^; ~ -. 69 A Brawl in a Tavern 

Two boors righting in a tavern, while a young woman 
and an old dame endeavour to separate them ; on the left 
are three figures by a doorway, and on the right a peasant, 
holding a mug, descends the staircase 
On panel — 14J in. by 19J in. 

From the Collections of M. de la Court-Backer, Leyden, 
1766; M. J. Witsen, 1790; M. J. Pekstok, 1792; 
M. A. Dijkman, 1794; M. A. C. Putman ; 31. 
H. F. V. Usselino, 1868 ; and M. A. Caramelli, of 
Amsterdam 
Exhibited at Amsterdam, 1845 and 1867 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1888 
Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1890 

Described in Hofstede de GrooVs " Catalogue of Dutch 
Painters" No. 770 



JAN STEEN. 
3 3 _ / ^ _ l? 70 A Musical Party 

A man, in red and yellow dress, seated at a table 
playing a flageolet from music which lies before him ; on 
the right, a peasant is seated singing, and behind the table 
three other figures join in the song 
19 \ in. by 24 J in. 



JAN STEEN. 
t-j 71 A Smoker 

A peasant, in a brown jacket and a red cap, sits at a 
table filling his pipe 
8 \ in. by 6-f in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1888 



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DIRK STOOP. 



72 The Farrier 



A landscape, with horsemen and figures before a forge 
Ow panel — 22f m. by 27 m. 



A. STOROK. 

73 River Scenes, with men-of-war, and other boats 2 

J. SUSTERMANS. 

74 Portrait of a Knight of Santiago 

/J-13-o In black embroidered dress, with the Gross of the 

Order woven in front ; black steel gorget ; large white 
ruff 

31 in. by 24J in. 

Exhibited at Leeds, 1868 

Exhibited at Wrexham, 1876 

From the Condover Hall Collection, 1897 



SUSTERMANS. 
75 Portrait of a Lady 



In black dress, with white lace collar and blue bows 
28 in. by 23 in. 



D. TENIERS. 
76 The Concert 

~ 3 T *-"" ^ An interior, with three peasants at a table playing and 

singing 

On panel — 9J in. by 7 in. 
Exhibited at Leeds 

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D. TENIEKS. 
c^S _ io _ v 77 The Alchemist 

A man, with a pair of bellows, before a fire ; other 

figures in the background 

On panel — 9 in. by 7 in. 

D. VAN TOL. 

/ <£ _ v; 78 A Woman at a Window : Lamplight 

On panel, arched top — 9 in. by 6 j in. 

SIR A. VAN DYCK. 

^ G-_ y~_v3 79 PORTRAIT OF THE MOTHER OF SuSTERMANS 

In black dress, with small brown buttons ; large white 
ruff; her right hand resting on her dress 
27f in. by 2±i in. 

From the Collection of the Earl of Hardwicke, 1886 
Described by Dr. Waagen in " Art Treasures in Great 
Britain" Supplement, p. 519 

SIR A. VAN DYCK. 

£^1_- / — v? 80 Portrait of a Gentleman 

In dark dress and cloak with small white collar, with 
his hands clasped in prayer before a crucifix 
On panel — 24£ in. by 18^ in. 



Sf-fU 



SIR A. VAN DYCK. 

81 A Hawking Party 

A company of cavaliers and ladies, mounted on horse- 
back, with attendants and hawks 
On panel — 12f in. by 19J in. 
'Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1906 

Exhibited at the Exhibition of Flemish Art, Brussels, 
1910 



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SIE A. VAN DYCK. 

82 Christ and His Disciples at the Gate of the Temple 
4TZ^ f $~^ 6 ® n V ane ^ — 15 in. by 14^ in. 

VAN DYCK. 

83 Portrait of a Cavalier 
£, Z, - I — o In grisaille 

On, panel — 9| in. by 7 J m. 

A. VAN DE VELDE. 

84 Cattle and Sheep in a Landscape 

J o - i \3 - o Two cows and sheep by a willow-tree 

On panel — 10 in. by 8J in. 

W. VAN DE VELDE. 

85 A Storm 

f k? - i o _ o A view off a rocky coast, with boats 

18| in. by 27^ m. 

H. C. VAN DEE VLIET. 

86 The Interior of a Cathedral 

f 3 — / ~3 _ o In the foreground, a cavalier and a lady near a man 

who is seen opening a grave ; other figures in the back- 
ground 

20J in. by 24J in. 



JAN WEENIX. 
87 Dead Game and Implements of the Chase 

A dead hare and a partridge hanging from a stone vase 
in a garden ; a pheasant lies on the slab beneath, near a 
gun and a powder-horn 
45 1 in. by 38 in. 
Signed, and dated 1703 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1890 



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J. B. WEENIX. 
ti <g _ £ _ v 88 The Halt of a Hunting-Party • 

A landscape, with a sportsman on a white horse, about 
him are attendants with numerous dogs 
On panel — 36 in. by 49 in. 

'JAN WOUVEBMAN. 

,A~~L. 5~_ u 89 A Hilly Landscape 

A peasant-woman on a rustic bridge on the right 
t 

14 in. by 20J in. 

P. WOUVERMAN. 
t,^_o—vo 90 A Peasants' Fete 

On the bank of the river is a company of peasants near 
some old sheds, seated watching two of their number who 
are dancing to the music of a hurdy-gurdy 
On panel — 13| in. by 17 \ in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1891 



WOUVERMAN. 
«£3 _ i^ _ v] 91 A Stream 

A horseman, anglers and other figures 

On panel — 11| in. by 9 in. 



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R. ZEEMAN. 
L^j~i __ s~— ^ 92 A Harbour Scene 

A river scene, with men-of-war, and boats under repair 
on the left; in the centre is a small row-boat laden with 
figures ; while in the background are seen the buildings 
of the town ; stormy sky 

21 in. by 29 in. 



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BRITISH SCHOOLS. 

SIE W. BEECHEY, E.A. 
93 Portrait of the Duchess of York 
/ D ■£"*-- - In white muslin dress, with blue scarf, and blue riband 

in her hair, seated with her arms folded on her lap ; archi- 
tectural and landscape background 
331 in. by 27£ in. 



J. CONSTABLE, R.A. 
94 Ploughing 
£J2_t.-* 7 3 in% by 121 m. 



J. CONSTABLE, E.A. 
95 A Farm -Cart on a Sandy Road 
6 $ - 5"— w On panel — 8J in. by 11 in. 

R. COSWAY, R.A. 

. 96 Two Ladies in a Landscape 

^^ ^ — A lady, in white dress, seated beneath a tall tree ; by 

her side stands another lady, in brown dress 
49J in. by 39J in. 

D. COX. 

j 3 __ 2_-v3 ^7 ^ Shed, with a peasant and cattle 
On panel — 10J in. by 15 m. 

J. CROME. 
W / ^98 A Forest Scene 

The outskirts of a wood, with a cottage, and two 

peasants on a road 

10 in. by 12 \ in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1890 



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W. DOBSON. 
LfJ~l^S~z \j 99 The Artist and his Family 

The painter, in black dress, with cloak thrown over his 
arm, seated on the left facing his wife, who wears a rich 
black costume and large hat ; beyond is their young son, 
in red satin dress and cap ; architectural and landscape 
background 
40 in. by 54 in. 

From the Collection of the Bev. T. Heathcote Tragett, 
1890 

T. GAINSBOBOUGH, B.A. 

_ _^ 100 Portrait of Edward Eichard Gardiner 
' The nephew of the painter, when a boy, in grey dress 

with white collar 

An unfinished portrait 
14J in. by 12J in. 

T. GAINSBOBOUGH, B.A. 
3 o _ / £ — o 101 A Landscape 

/ A rough road by a side of a pool, near which stands a 

ruined castle among trees 
15 J in. by 21 in. 

Formerly the property of Mrs. Green, niece of Gains- 
borough 

T. S. GOOD. 

/^j^fK. o 102 Examining the Sword 

On panel — 12 \ in. by 10J in. 



J. O. IBBETSON, 1790. 
103 A Valley Scene 

A hilly road, with figures and cattle 
On panel — 16 in. by 24 in. 



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J. 0. IBBETSON. 



104 A Landscape, with a donkey and cart 
3-/3-^ 5 m. by 7 J m. 



SIE T. LAWEEXCE, P.E.A. 

105 THE DAUGHTEES OF COLONEL OAETAEET 
7 HAEDY 

j^f.6 o — - — 

The elder girl, Sarah, in purple velvet dress cut Jow at 
the neck, with short sleeves, and with a brown cloak 
lined with yellow falling across her knees, is seated on a 
couch with her hands clasped on the shoulder of her 
sister Charlotte, who is seated by her side wearing a 
white muslin dress and mauve sash, and a string of coral 
beads around her neck ; architectural, curtain, and land- 
scape background 

Sarah afterwards married the Eev. Daniel Lysons in 
1801 ; and Charlotte married Ealph Price, Esq. 

49J in. by 39J in. 

From the Lysons' Sale at Gloucester, 1887 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1888 

Exhibited at the Exhibition of English and French 
Portraits 'of Women of the lQth Century, Paris, 
1909 

Engraved by J. B. Pratt 

See Illustration 



SIE P. LELY. 



> ^ . 106 PORTEAIT OF A LADY 



In brown decollete dress, with striped scarf ; a pearl 
necklace round her neck 
Oval— 231 m . by 18f in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1888 



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G. MOELAND. 
Lu$ _ 6 - t? 107 A Hilly Landscape 

A valley scene, with peasants on a white horse by a 
stream 

Ow panel — 9 J m. by 11 J m. 
Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1902 

G. MOELAND. 

/^-/ i-V 108 Two DoGS 

A bulldog and a collie near a kennel 

llf in. by 14^ m. 



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G. MOELAND. 

__ VD 109 A Sportsman, with Dogs 

A man on horseback, with two pointers 
On panel — llf in. by 14f in. 

MOELAND. 

./ I to 110 A Peasant, with a dog — on panel) and Head of a Gibl, 
by T. Faed, E.A.— oval 2 

H. MOELAND. 

111 PORTRAIT OF A BOY 

' ~~ """ In brown coat, with crimson vest, and large black hat, 

holding a guinea-pig 
Oval — 28 in. by 24 in. 

SIE J. EEYNOLDS, P.E.A. 

112 Portrait of a Young Girl 

If In white dress cut low at the neck, and fastened in 

front with jewels ; blue sash ; wearing a loose blue cape 
lined with white ; a white feather in her hair ; leaning 
her right elbow on a pedestal 
28 in. by 23 in. 



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SIE J. KEYNOLDS, P.E.A. 

113 - POKTEAIT OF A LADY 

. ^ ~_ Q In white decollete dress adorned with pearls, and with 

brown scaif, holding a white ostrich feather in her right 
hand 

29J in. by 24J in. 

From the Collection of Colonel Alexander Bidgway, 
1884 



SIE J. EEYNOLDS, P.E.A. 

114 Portrait of Sir Eobert Fletcher 

/ / V — S~Z- u In scarlet military uniform with gold braid, and 

epaulette ; white cravat 
Oval— 28 in. by 23 in. 

SIE J. EEYNOLDS, P.E.A. 

115 Head of Dr. Samuel Johnson I 
/ f __ / i _ v With red costume. A sketch 

14 in. by 12 in. 



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D. EOBEETS, E.A. 

116 The Interior of a Cathedral 
o llf in. by 20 J m. 



G. EOMNEY. 
117 Portrait of Nathaniel Dance, E. \. 
*? vj / _ / <rz_ c Born in London in 1734 ; a Foundation member of the 

Royal Academy ; married, and acquired a large fortune 
from his wife; elected M.P. for East Grinstead; took the 
additional name of Holland, and in 1800 was created a 
Baronet 

In brown coat, showing a yellow and brown striped vest, 
and white stock ; powdered hair tied with a black riband 
291 in. by 24^ in. 
From the Collection of Charles Baxter, Esq., 1879 



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S. SCOTT. 
7 -y _£ _ v 118 St. Paul's Cathedral from the Eiver 

' A view on the river near London Bridge, with a state 

barge and other boats 
14f in. by 27^ in. 



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J. STAEK. 
119 A Landscape 

Two peasants with a donkey on a sandy road under 

some trees 

On panel — 11$ in. by 16 in, 



G. VINCENT, 1830. 

1~~} I ^ - ° "^ ^ ^ 0ADSIDE Cottage 

/ A peasant family and two donkeys 

On panel — 20 J in. by 27 J in. 

SIE D. WILKIB, E.A. 



,m^,^.o 121 The Post-Boy 

11J in. by 15 in. 



FRENCH AND SPANISH SCHOOLS. 

F. BOUCHEE. 



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122 A PASTOEAL 



A youth, in red dress, seated, coquetting with a young 
girl, who wears a blue and yellow costume ; on the left is 
a laden ass and three sheep ; on the right, near a ruined 
tower, are two cows and some utensils 

32| in. by 26 in. 

Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1902 

Reproduced in Foster's " French Art from Watteau to 
Prud'hon" Plate II. 

See Illustration 



BOUCHER. 

123 Two Nymphs, with sheep in a landscape 
/O -i,v—0 8J in. by 10| in. 

B. DE FOUCHIEE, 

124 Masquerade Figures — a pair 2 

Interiors, with figures dancing and merrymaking 
10J in. by 14J in. 



J. H. FEAGONAED. 
125 Flight 
£-u _ / 7 v A lady, in white dress, running from a youth 

21| in. by 18J tn. 



FEENCH SCHOOL. 
126 The Fortune-Teller ; and The Guitar-Player — a pair 2 



u_, _ i o -. o Garden scenes, with pastoral figures 

24 in. by 23 in. 



GEEUZE. 
127 Head of a Girl 
& t_ _ ; _ o In brown dress, with white fichu and cap 

17J in. by 14± m. 



SCHOOL OF JANET. 

128 Portrait of Marie de Lorraine, in rich dress ; and 
h^»- _ Portrait of a Lady, as " The Magdalen," in jewelled 



dress and cap, holding a vase 
On panel 



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N. LAEGILLIEEE. 
,. _^ 129 Portrait of a Gentleman 

In green coat, with flowered vest and red cloak 
31| in. by 24J in. 

E. MICHEL. 



130 The Old Mill 
/ 6 - ( 6 - « 18J in. by 23 m. 



P. MIGNARD. 
131 Portrait of a Lady 
/S-~^ L f- d In blue dress trimmed with fur, and with brown scarf 

Oval— 28f in. by 22f m. 



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B. E. MUBILLO. 

132 Figures at a Repast, in a landscape 

A landscape, with two figures at a table near an old 
building 

19J in. by 29J in. 

B. E. MURILLO. 

133 The Nativity 

The Virgin and Saint Joseph adoring the Infant Saviour ; 
two Angels above bearing a scroll 
On marble — 14 in. by 12f in. 
Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1901 



A. L. and M. LE NAIN. 

134 A Peasant -Woman and her Children 

A group of six figures, listening to two of their number 
who are playing musical instruments 
On copper — 7 \ in. by 9^ in. 
Exhibited at Nottingham Castle 



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J. M. NATTIEE. 

135 POETEAIT OF CAEDINAL FlEUEY 

£~*Z,-^ / — <? In black ecclesiastical costume, with white lawn bands, 

seated in a chair, over the arm of which is an ermine 
cloak, he rests his right hand upon a book ; in the back- 
ground are seen a clock, globe and a bookshelf 

54 \ in. by 43 \ in. 



H. EOBEET. 
136 Eoman Euins — a pair 

Compositions of Classical ruins and figures 
12J i n , by 101 i n . 



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DON ALONSO DE TOBAE. 
137 The Good Shepheed 

3 — \~$ -h The Saviour, standing in a landscape, wearing a long 

red cloak, holding a banner in his left hand, and in his 
right some wheatears from which sheep are feeding 
73 in. by 55 in. 



F. DE TEOY. 

138 POETEAIT OF A LADY 

6 -. f -, o In blue dress, with red scarf 

31 in. by 24 \ in. 



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GERMAN SCHOOL. 

C. W. E. DIETEICY. 
£/ 139 The Adoration of the Shepherds 

The interior of a stable, with the Holy Family on the 
right ; other figures, with a lantern beyond 

Signed, and dated 1755 
20 J in. by 28 in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1890 



HOLBEIN. 

,,__ 140 Portrait of a Lady 

/ In black dress, with jewelled girdle and black sleeves ; 

her head is covered by a white linen coif ; holding a 
carnation in her right hand and- a string of coral beads 
in her left 

On panel, arched top — 14^ in. by 10 in. 
Exhibited at Burlington House, 1881 



End of First Day's Sale 



Second Day's Sale. 
On FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1915, 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 

PICTURES. 
ITALIAN SCHOOLS. 

SCHOOL OF FEA ANGELICO. 

141 A Triptych 

i ^ __ / In the upper part of the centre panel the Virgin and 

Child enthroned with four Saints, while below is The 
Nativity ; the wings represent scenes from the Life of 
Christ, and Saint Jerome 

On panel — centre-piece, 15J in. by 7| in. 

B. BELLOTTO. 

142 The Piazza del Populo, Rome 

_ „ The obelisk and fountain, with figures in the foreground 

23 \ in. by 37 J in. 

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SCHOOL OF BOTTICELLI. 
143 The Annunciation 

The Virgin, seated under a colonnade, turning to the 



Angel Gabriel, who stands before her 
On panel — 11} in. by 16J in. 



A. BEONZINO. 

/ -^ 14:4: PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN 



i±~r is -° 



In black dress, and cap with white feather, his left hand 
upon his hip and holding a book in his right hand ; archi- 
tectural background 

On panel — 38J in. by 28 in. 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1888 



A. CANALETTO. 
145 A View in Lucca 

A square in the town, with a church and figures 
19J in. by 27} in. 

P. CAPANNA. 



"3 1 -. f \j - u 146 The Adoration of the Magi 

On panel — 1\ in. by 14 in. 



CIMA DI CONEGLIANO. 

C?Q—f £ — ° 147 The Madonna and Child enthroned with Saints 

The Virgin, in red and blue dress, seated with a book, 
holding the Infant Saviour ; on the right is Saint John, 
while on the opposite side Mary Magdalen is seen 
On panel — 15 in. by 22 in. 



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G. DA SANTA CEOCE. 
148 The Madonna and Child, with Saints 

£ ffU Lj, _ o The Madonna, enthroned, holding the Infant Saviour; 

on the right is Saint Eoch, and on the opposite side 
stands Saint Sebastian, bound to a column 
On panel — 15 in. by 21 in. \ 



DOMENICHINO. 
149 Fame and Victory 
^_^„o 28J tffc by 22J tifc 



SASSO FEEEATO. 
150 The Madonna and Child 
/ 0" - f io _ v The Virgin, in blue and red dress, bending over the 

sleeping Infant 

Oval — 14 in. by 16 ^ in. 



SASSO FEEEATO. 

151 The Adoration of the Shepherds 
£-__ ^ — C? The Virgin kneels in adoration before the Infant 

Saviour, while the shepherds reverently look on 
Arched top — 14 in. by 12 \ in. 



NELLO FIOEENTI. 
152 The Annunciation 
//—// — ° The two wings of a triptych joined together to form one 

panel 

On panel — 33 in. by 25 in. 

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PIER FRANCESCO FIORENTINO. 

J 3/_ J" - ^ u 153 The Madonna and Child with Angels 

The Virgin, in red dress, with green cloak, seated before 
a ledge holding the Infant Saviour on her lap ; on her 
right is the infant Saint John ; while on the left is an 
Angel in adoration holding a lily ; the background com- 
posed of briar roses 

On panel — 24 h in. by 18 h in. 

FLORENTINE SCHOOL. 

Z?£ZL jv* _o 154 The Annunciation 

The Virgin, in green cloak, kneeling at a desk and 
turning to the Angel who appears before her 
On panel — 31J'w. by 21 in. 

FLORENTINE SCHOOL. 

i c — / tf — o 155 The Madonna and Child enthroned with Saints 

The Virgin, holding the Infant Saviour, with Saint 
John and three other Saints 

On panel, arched top — 21 J in. by 14f in. 



FLORENTINE SCHOOL. 
2-T1- & — ° 156 A Group of Figures in a Garden, between two build- 
ings 

The front of a cassone 
17 in. by 46 in. 



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DOMENICO GHIRLANDAIO. 

£/ __ _ 157 Head of Frans Acoltus 

Head of the famous lawyer, in red gown 
On panel — 13| in. by 11 J in. 

From the Collection of the Marquis Biccardi at Florence 

Exhibited at South Kensington Museum 

From the Collection of W. Fuller Maitland, Esq., 1879 



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F. GUARDI. 
158 A Street in Venice 
Cj */- — \ O — o A narrow street leading to an archway, with figures 

a lamp hanging from a beam in the centre 
8f in. by 11J m. 



F. GUARDI. 

159 The Courtyard of a Palace 

l^i - t ^ —° A round tower on the right, and figures by a colonnade 

on the left 

On panel — 7J in. by 5 J in. 

GUARDI. 

160 A View on the Giudecca, Venice 

/3 O -^ f ° — ° The Church of the Redentore, with boat and gondolas 

11 j in. by 17 \ in. 

GUARDI. 

161 The Piazzetta of St. Mark's 

S~^^fO — o A view looking towards the Island of San Giorgio 

Maggiore ; numerous figures in the foreground 
9| in. by 16f in. 



INNOCENZO DA IMOLA. 
162 The Holy Family 

/ ' The Virgin, holding the Infant Saviour ; behind is seen 

Saint Joseph 

On panel — 15^ in. by 13J in. 



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ITALIAN SCHOOL. 



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163 Saint Martin 



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The Saint, seated upon a white charger, is in the act 
of dividing his cloak with the beggar who stands before 
him leaning on a staff ; behind is an attendant holding a 
spear 

On panel — 48J in. by 34J in. 



ITALIAN SCHOOL. 
164 The Madonna and Child enthroned with Two Saints 
19 in. by 13J in. 



POLIDOEO LANZANI. 
165 The Madonna and Child 

The Virgin and the Infant Saviour seated in a land- 
t^ *- ~~ scape, with the Infant Saint John holding a lamb before 

them 

131 i nt by 22 in. 



M. MAEIESCHI. 



166 A View in Venice 

5 c-i^-'J ^ canal with a bridge, and buildings on either bank 

10 in. by 13J in. 

MAECO PALMBZZANO. 

167 The Madonna and Child 
& — M^ 1 - a The Virgin in red and blue dress seated, holding the 

Infant Saviour ; landscape background 

Signed on a cartellino, on the marble slab, and dated 1516 
48J in. by 32 in. 



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P. PANNINL 

168 Eoman Euins 

1/ A group of Classical buildings with figures in the fore- 

ground 

29 j in. by 42J m. 



PARMIGIANO. 

169 The Madonna and Child 
' f" "" r "• In an architectural frame inlaid with marble 

On panel — 6 h in. by 5 J in. 



RAPHAEL. 

170 The Virgin and Child 

/ / V — S~i— O The Madonna, in red dress and blue scarf, looking down 

at the Child Who lies on a bed in front ; in her hand she 
holds a veil 

On panel— 38^ in. by 30^ in.; 

Exhibited at Burlington House, 1895 

From the Collection of Eudoxie, Countess of Lindsay 



SALVATOR EOSA. 

171 A Bishop 

In episcopal robes, wearing mitre, and holding a 



23-/Z~-* 



crosier in his right hand ; an open book seen on the left 
oOh in. by 37| in. 



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SOLAEIO. 



3 2^-t I — e 172 The Madonna and Child with St. Anne 
On panel — 8 in. by 6J in. 



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A. DEL SARTO. 

173 The Madonna and Child; 

The Virgin, in red and blue dress, holding the Infant 
Saviour 

On panel — 27J in. by 20J in. 



n SCHOOL OF DEL SARTO. 

174 The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist 
«" "~ The Saint kneels in the centre, while the executioner 

is seen on the right ; Salome kneels in front holding a 
salver 

7 in. by 17f in. 



A. SCHIAVONE. 
175 The Bieth of Saint John 
Z? 3 - / C - I n the centre, the infant is being attended by three 

maids ; Saint Elizabeth on a couch in the background ; 
other figures round a table on the right 
On panel — 10J in. by 29 J in. 
From the Poet Rogers Collection 



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A. SCHIAVONE. 

176 The Meeting of Abraham and Melchisedek 
On panel — 7 h in. by 12 \ in. 



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G. B. TIEPOLO. 
177 Saint Augustine Celebrating Mass 

gq j-^ (j The Bishop, with an attendant, standing in a niche, 

/ reading from a book, which is supported by a kneeling 

acolyte 

22J in. by 13J m. 



G. B. TIEPOLO. 
178 Saint John Preaching 
/ ^\j The Saint, standing in a landscape, discoursing to a 

group of his followers 
12 in, by 16 J in. 



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G. B. TIEPOLO. 

179 An Archway, with Saints 

— 6 A General, in armour, seated; a Bishop, with two 

attendants, standing beside him 
22i in. by 12| *». 

IL TINTORETTO. 

180 Portrait of Antonio Zantani 
In yellow dress, with red cloak over his shoulder 

On panel — 12 in. by 9 J in. 



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C. YEEONESE. 

181 The Madonna and Child, with Saints 

The Virgin holding the Infant Saviour on her lap ; 
Saint Catherine on the left ; Saint Elizabeth and Saint 
John on the right 

21i in. by 29J in. 



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DUTCH, FLEMISH, AND FRENCH iSCHOOLS. 
FLEMISH SCHOOL. 



182 A Triptych 



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In the centre, the Virgin enthroned with the Infant 
Saviour ; on the dexter wing the Donor kneels in prayer ; 
while on the sinister wing his wife appears in the same 
attitude 

On panel — centre-piece, 30J in. by 21J in. 



D. BOUTS. 

183 MOSES AND THE BURNING BUSH; and GIDEON 
AND THE FLEECE 

Two narrow volets 'or shutters of an altar-piece put 
together to form a single panel 

On the left, Moses, in blue robe and red mantle, uplifts 
his hands in reverence, as the Lord calls'to him from the 
wondrous bush ; Gideon, on the right, wearing a coat of 
mail, covered by a jazerant coat, with a grey mantle, 
kneels f and gazes upwards at the Angel to whom he 
acknowledges the token conveyed to him by the Miracle 
of the Fleece ; a hilly river scene with buildings in the 
background * 

On panel — 28 in. by 15J in. 

Exhibited [ at the New Gallery Winter Exhibition, 

1899-1900 
Exhibited at the Guildhall/ 1906 



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SCHOOL OF BRABANT. 

184 The Virgin and Child with Saint Philippe and the 
Donor, Sir Philip Hinckaert 

In the centre is the kneeling figure of Sir Philip 
Hinckaert, in blued armour and a cloak embroidered 
with his armorial bearings ; at his side are his armlets, 
head-piece and gauntlets ; his patron saint, Saint Philippe, 
stands behind him, whilst in front stands the Virgin 
holding the Infant Christ ; the background is formed of 
a large red canopy upon which are woven his knightly 
badge (a leg cradle with its buckle and strap), and the 
initials P.G. ; on the right appear the arms of the Donor 

This interesting work is commemorative of Sir Philip 
Hinckaert, the Castellan or Governor of Tervueren, near 
Brussels, who died in 1460 

On panel — 25 J in. by 28 h in. 

Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1906 



SCHOOL OF BEABANT. 

185 The Crucifixion 

S^Q — S' — ^ Christ on the Cross, with the crucified thieves on either 

side ; below, the Virgin, in green dress, supported by 
Saint John, while the Maries look on in anguish 

On panel — 25 J in. by 28 J in. 
Exhibited at the Guildhall, 1906 



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JAN VAN HEMBSSEN. 

186 The Madonna and Child 
2., f — """ The Virgin, in blue dress, with flowing red cloak, seated 

in a landscape under a tall tree, holding the Infant 
Saviour, Who has a bunch of grapes in His outstretched 
right hand ; a view of hilly country behind 

On panel — 49f in. by 38 in. 



SCHOOL OF LEYDEN. 
187 The Descent from the Cross 
"3 __ ( o — Q The Virgin, seated before the dead Christ, surrounded 

by Saints ; in the Descent are the three crosses and the 
city of Jerusalem 

On panel — 17 in. by 13 \ in. 



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SCHOOL OF LOREAINE. 
188 Ecce Homo 
S"^—, — f vo _~ <G Christ, with a guard, standing on some steps before 

the priests, and other figures 

On panel — 20 in. by 13| in. 

Exhibited at the Neiv Gallery, 1899-1900 



SCHOOL OF OUWATER 
189 The Madonna and Child Enthroned, with Saints 

Vj *l. — — * The Virgin, in crimson gown over a yellow-flowered 

dress, is seated beneath a canopy, holding the Infant 
Saviour on her lap ; on the right stands Saint John, 
and on the left Saint Barbara, while the Donor and his 
wife kneel in adoration in the foreground 

On panel — 29| in. by 33 in. 



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SCHOOL OF WESTPHALIA. 

190 The Annunciation 

Z> Lj^io — The interior of an apartment, with the Angel Gabriel 

appearing to the Virgin, who, wearing a white-figured 
dress and dark flowing gown, kneels at a prayer-desk 
upon which is an open book ; through a window is seen 
a vista of a winding river, with the Almighty in the 
clouds above ; the Holy Ghost, in the form of a Dove, 
appears above the Virgin 

On panel — 17 h in. by 14 in. 



A. YSENBEANT. 

191 POETBAIT OF A LADY 

r~ In black dress trimmed with white .fur, with white 

chemisette and white cap, holding a chain of coral beads 

14 \ in. by 10 \ in. 

Exhibited at the New Gallery, 1899-1900 



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The following have been removed from Billingbear 
Parle, Berks. 



OLD PICTURES. 
^ ^ 192 Astronomy ; A Gentleman, after Van Dyck ; &c. 



A-* r--_ G 193 Childeen with a Squirrel ; and Saint Catherine — on 
panel 2 

B. ?ARKER. 

. y^ / 194 An Italian landscape, with figures at a well 

^"" 68% in. by 100 m. 



N. BEKOHEM. 

y #-, . _ 195 Peasants and Animals, near a bridge — on panel ; and 

Cattle and Sheep, near a cottage 2 



L. BETBKIDGE. 
, . / 196 Flowers and Fruit 

~ On panel — 22J in. by 19 h in. 



BKAUWEK. 

j __ • ^ __ (, 197 A Peasant Smoking — on panel ; A Sandy Road, with cart 
and figures ; and A Woody Landscape 3 



BREUGHEL. 

/O_o 198 A Village Scene, with travelling peasants and animals 
On copper — 9| in. by 13 in. 



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SCHOOL OF BEONZINO. 

199 Saint Geoege, standing in a niche, holding a banner 

On panel — 56 in. by 28 in. 

ALONZO CANO. 

200 Abraham's Saceifice 
fc, 2_~ / - u 62J , w . by 52 in. 

CASTEELS. 

201 Pheasants, Pigeons and Ducks 
^_ £ - 38J t». by 48| m. 

EAKLY FLEMISH SCHOOL. 

202 The Madonna and Child, with Angels supporting a crown 
<"" / *T* ^> above ; with warriors and Saints on the reverse 

The wing of a triptych 

On panel — 60 in. by 16 J in. 

A. GEIEFS. 

203 Huntsmen, with dead game and dogs, in a landscape — a 
2^»<j __ 3_ pair, on panel; and Cavadey Engagements — a pair — 

by F. Beeydel 4 

F. GUAEDI. 

204 A Eivee Scene, with a building, and figures on a rustic 
l~f~Q -~1 — ^ bridge 

On panel — 14J in. by 19| in. 



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S. HEEMSKERK. 



205 Sheep and Goats — on "panel ; A Landscape, with a cottage, 

<g _ <£ __ n and figures on a road — on panel ; and A Piping Peasant, 

with a peasant-woman and animals 3 



HOGARTH. 

/ y _ t ^7 - g 206 Poeteait of a Lady, in brown dress, seated in a landscape 

with her young daughter ■ 
48J in. by 39 in. 



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VAN HUYSUM. 

/ -) _ v? 207 Flowees in a Teeea-cotta Bowl on a Slab 
28J in. by 41$ in. 

TILLEY KETTLE. 



/ b - / / vj %®& Poeteait of a Gentleman, in a hunting costume, with a 

dog and gun 

47 \ in. by 38 in. \ 

MEROIER. 

3^> — fl- — O 209 Poeteait of a Lady, in blue decollete dress with white 

ribands 

Oval — 20J in. by 16 in. 

JAN MIEL. 

IP I A — ° ^^ ^ Landscape, with peasants, sheep and goats ; and A 

7 I Woody Landscape, with peasants and mules on a road, 

by W. de Heusch 2 

On panel 



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P. MOREELSE. 

/ 211 PORTRAIT OF A LADY 

f ° ~~ ~"* Tn black brocade dress embroidered with gold, wear- 

ing a large ruff round her neck, and a lawn cap edged 
with lace, holding her gloves in her left hand 
On panel — 50 in, by 39 in. 



iG. MORLAND. 
212 A Coast Scene, with fisherfolk and stranded boat3 
fl2~ # -*3 39 \ in. by 58 in. 



P. NEEFS. 

213 The Interior of a Cathedral, with figures before an 

altar 
* Q On panel — 14 J in. by 19| in. 

A. VAN OSTADE. 

214 The Interior of a Barn, with boors carousing 

i *i —i & -o O n v ane ^ — 9J ^ n - ky n * w * 



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PADOVANINO. 

215 Mercury, Venus and Cupid at the Throne of Jupiter 
66 in. by 95 in. 



P. PATEL. 



216 An Italian Landscape, with the ruins of a Classical temple 
. n . on the left ; peasants and goats in the foreground 

On panel— 21^ in. by 23 J m. 
.Prom tf/ie Collection of J. Hargreaves, Esq., 1873 

(jy 1) d 



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J. B. PIAZZETTA. 
/_ /^_^ 217 Cheist and the Woman of Samaria 

24 in. by 18J in. 



S. EICCI. 
218 The Vision of Saint Anthony 
/ ~ / Arched top — 38 in. by 20 in. 



•SALVATOE EOSA.i 

219 A Eayine, with banditti — on copper ; and A Eocky Gorge, 
~1 - ~1 ~ ° with an angler 2 



SALVATOE EOSA. 
. 220 Ecce Homo ; and Soldiers in Combat 



4-'H- 



SCHOOL OF EUBENS. 
221 Warriors in Combat 
3 _ / 3 ~ Co Unframed—lll in. by 108 in. 



SCHOOL OF EUBENS. 
222 Warriors 
^ - H- - ° Unframed— IIS in. by ] 07 in. 



-l^iu^L 



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BARTOLOMMEO SOHIDONE. 

223 The Holy Family with the Infant Saint John ; and 
The Queen of Sheba before Solomon, after P 
Veronese 2 

On pa?iel 



SCHUTZ. 
224 A Woody River Scene, with a bridge, castle and figures 



3 - 3 -o 



On panel — 16 in. by 21 J in. 



SCHOOL OF SGOREL. 

225 Portrait of a Gentleman 

/ u m / v^ -, o In green cape edged with fur, black dress and cap 

holding a book 
On panel — 25 \ in. by 20^ in. 



SCHOOL OF UGOLINO. 

226 Saint Francis ; and Saint John — on gold ground 
y / _ 5~l_ vo ® n P ane ^ — 29J in. by 16| in. 



VELASQUEZ SCHOOL. 

227 Portrait of a Lady, in black dress and head-dress, with 
/ / __» /j __ o white lawn collar 

22J in. by 1H in. 

D 2 



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VAN DE VELDE. 



228 Fishing-Boats Becalmed 
V-l 8-~L 13im. by 17Jm. 



J. VERNET. 
229 A Bay Scene, with shipping, and fisherfolk in the foreground 

& _ i _ o 32 f in - b y 49 i * w - 



J. WYNANTS. 

230 A Woody Landscape, with figures on a road 
J -^ 17 ^ (o 9| m. by 13J m. 



WYNANTS. 

231 A Landscape, with a cart, horseman and figures ; and A 
w— Q - u Landscape, with figures and cattle 2 



F. ZURBARAN. 
232 The Leg-end of the Bell 

7 n U~ — *~ ^ * 71, ^y ^ * w * 

"" / J P? , o??i £/ze Collection of King Louis Philippe 



53 

WORKS BY MODERN ARTISTS. 

D R A^V I N G S. 

J. J. BANNATYNE, 1865. 
233 An Old Well ; and A Village Street — a pair 



■-? -> _ M 7J in. by 11 tw. 



A. E. CHALON, E.A. 

234 A Fete Champetre 

- / Arched top — 36 in. by 27 in. 

D. COX. 

235 The Lledr Valley 
j^_ 2 _<7 HJ •»• by 18| in. 

C. FIELDING, 1818. 

236 A Distant View of London 
//_y/_ D 12^ in. by IS in. 

C. FIELDING. 



/*_-/Z-u 



237 Roydon, Essex; and Hoddesdon — a pair 
5 tw. by 8 in. 



BIRKET FOSTER. 



IQ -14 -« 



7~7 



238 A Thatched Cottage 
7J m. by 12J in. 



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D. HAMILTON, R.A. 
^ a 239 Bacchus and Aeiadne 



5 in. by 26 in. 



T. B. HARDY, 1875. 



240 SCHEVENINGEN BEACH 

fC^fL—'o 13 in. by 19 in. 



W. HUNT, 1827. 

241 A Flower-Seller 
*"7 ^ *7 — o 16 in. by 11J m. 



3-!?~(, 



R. H. NIBBS, 1873. 
242 Kingston Quay, Shoreham Harbour 



26 in. by 39^ in. 



SUTTON PALMER, 1876. 

243 A Village Scene near Cairo; and The Departure 2 
3 - 3-v 

PELEGRINO. 

244 Christ before Pilate — black and red chalk; Sick^Lady, 
I ,_ by Sir D. Wilkie, R.A. ; &c. 5 

S. PROUT. 

245 A Coast Scene, with figures; and A River Scene, with 
/""/"" angler, by J. Varley 2 

R. ROBERTI, 1883. 

246 The Study; and The Curio Dealer — a pair 2 
/ / _ tj _ 6 8| in. by 12 in. 



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T. ROWLANDSON.- 

247 Monkey Tricks ; Waltham Cross ; The Rector and the 



/ Blind Beggar; &c. 



G. SHALDERS. 

248 Sheep on a Common 

11 J in. by 19 in. 

F. W. TOPHAM. 

249 A Gillie; The Reading-Lesson, by F. Stone, 'R. A. ; &c. 4 

J. VARLEY. 

250 A River Scene, with boats and windmill 
3 — 3 — o 11 J in. by 16 in. 

iJ. W. WHYMPER, 1858 

251 A Timber- Waggon on a Sandy Road; An Old Castle, 
-^, -^ by D. H. McKewan ; and A Highland Landscape 3 

J. M. WRIGHT. 

252 Fetes Champetres — a pair 2 
^4— z_ irz_ o Hi { n% by 15 { n% 

J. M. WRIGHT. 

253 Midsummer Night's Dream ; The Merry Wives- of 
/ / o — . vo Windsor ;*and Treason, by 0. Cattermole, 1872 3 



56 

PICTURES. 

J. B. BURGESS, E.A. 

j / 254 Contemplation — on panel ; Aurora, by W. E. Frost, R.A. 

~ ~ — on panel ; and The Finding of Moses, by W. Muller, 

1839 3 

E. J. COBBETT, 1850. 

- . 255 Gleaners ; and A View on the Adriatic : Sunset, after 

</-,/6-6 J. M. W. Turner, R.A. 2 



W. S. COLEMAN. 

256 Gathering Flowers 
Cj- I q-L 21J in. by 11| in. 

T. CRESWICK, R.A. 



2 57 Baelon Towers ; and A Welsh Lake Scene, with anglers 

T. DAVIDSON, 1876. 
253 Despatches 
g _ 3 _ © On panel — 13| in. by 19J in. 



i-uU 



J. H. DEARLE, 1876. 
59 Haymaking ; and A View near Ryde, Isle of Wight 2 



VICTOR DUPRE. 
260 A 3 ver Scene; and A View on the River Mawddach, 
j^.^-u by E. Gill, 1861 2 



hi 



ALEX. FRASER, 1844. 

261 Refreshment ; and " Tell me what I like," by C. 

{o^j£-£ Brocky 2 

A. A. GLENDENING, 1870. 

262 Near Mapledurham, on the Thames 
35J in. by 55| in. 



<+-^~ 



o 



HEYWOOD HARDY, 1877. 

263 Driving Geese 

__ ^ _ ^ W\ in. by 17 in. 

C. NAPIER HEMY, R.A. 

264 Over the Bar 

/ q _ / fr- v 10J in. by 18^ in. 

H. KOEKKOEK. 

265 The Mouth of a Dutch River ; and Southampton, by 
, F. Lee Bridell 2 

W. LINTON. 

266 An Italian Lake Scene, with figures and goats : Sunset 
/ ST"! 29 in. by 24 h in. 



1- 



P. J. DE LOUTHERBOURG, R.A. 
267 Ploughmen Resting 
<i ., H- -^ 26i in. by 32^ in. 






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J. H. S. MANN. 
—j ^ »-| ^ 268 La Marchande de Fleurs 



47 in. by 34 m. 



J. MOGFOED, 1876. 
I ^ I [] ~^u 269 October in? the Highlands; and A Surrey' Common 12 

A. NEUMANS. 

& __ £ _ v? 270 Cavaliers Playing Cards 

Ow _pawe£ — 13J m. by 17-| m. 

J. A. O'CONNOR 

/_ / V — 12 271 A Eiver Scene, with bathers ; and A Eiver Scene, with 
boats 2 

J. B. PYNE. 
,j— ^ 5~"__q 272 Near Nottingham ^ 

13 m. by 24 w. 

PH. SADEE. 
^ _ £> ^ 273 After the Departure op thejFishing-Boats at Scheven- 

/ INGEN 

On panel— 8 in. by 12 in. 

W. SHAYEE, Sen. 
274 Gipsies Eesting 



13J in. by 11J m 



STANFIELD. 

^ . _ D 275 Fishing-Boats — on panel : Monaco, near Nice, by W. 
Linton ; and A Village Scene 3 



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J. TAYLOE, 1864. 

276 The Chuech Pool, Bettws-y-Coed ; and, A Landscape 
. i tj with a village and two figures 2 



F. VALAPEETA, 1874.: 



277 Maegueeite and MephistophelesI in the Cathedeal 
* $-/_ and Mea Culpa, by T. Waltee Wilson, 1877 £ 



B. VEEBOECKHOVEN, 1884. 

278 A Peasant-Woman deiving Cattle and Sheep aceoss a 
Steeam 
^ On panel — 11 in. by 14 in. 



C4- —;o 



J. WAED, E.A 

279 An Old Hoese — on panel ; Neae Saleeno ; and On 
Guaed 3 



JAMES WEBB. 



280 Sandown Bay, Isle of Wight 
^ 15 in. by 29J in. 



W"l' 



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W. L. WYLLIE, R.A., 1877. 



^ y_^ u 281 On the French Coast 

171 i n . by 311 in. 



W. L. WYLLIE, R.A., 1875. 



282 PORTEL, NEAR BOULOGNE 

<^-^- V 101m. by 31im. 



FINIS 



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